Brazil

Vibrant cities, tropical beaches
and festive culture

Brazilian cities are vibrant cultural and culinary hotspots, while the vast Interior offers striking natural beauty, regional traditions and robust comfort food. Brazilians have mastered the art of relaxing, preferably with a caipirinha in hand, but nobody sits still for long. Celebrations erupt constantly, full of music, dancing and contagious joy.

Belém

Belém

Gateway to the Amazon, Belém’s identity revolves around its river, the source of exotic goods in Ver-o-Peso Market and fish used in Pará’s renowned cuisine, with jungle-fringed waters that offer a break from the tropical

Brasília

Brasília

Famed for the futuristic architecture of the Congresso Nacional, Palácio Planalto and other Modernist icons designed by Oscar Niemeyer, Brasília is also home to bucolic parks, a local foodie scene and lively bars.

Recife

Recife

Famed for Boa Viagem beach and the colonial treasures of Recife Antigo, Recife is a hotbed of Pernambuco culture, revealing exciting riffs on Northeastern cuisine, a vital arts scene, and one of Brazil’s richest musical

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro

Famed for the spectacular lures of Copacabana, Corcovado and Carnival, Rio de Janeiro is a dynamic city whose lush mountains and tropical beaches define its "carioca" lifestyle.

São Paulo

São Paulo

Renowned as a skyscraper-studded economic hub, São Paulo is also a multicultural powerhouse, home to world-class arts venues such as MASP and Sala São Paulo, as well as cutting-edge designers, cool clubs and a thriving foodie